The Italian airline Air One derives its origin from Aliadriatica established in 1983 in Pescara. In 1995 it changed its name to Air One and in 2009 they became part of Alitalia. Air One originally began flying between Rome and Milan and then expanded to include more flights throughout Italy and abroad. Before the merger with Alitalia, Air One was the second largest airline in Italy, with a high-frequency scheduled network to 36 destinations in Italy, Europe and North America.
Today, Air One is a much-in-demand subsidiary of Alitalia – a cheaper-priced airline offering its passengers a range of convenient flights and operating a highly innovative and attractive service. Cheap flights from Air One have now become standard as they recently re-launched as a low-cost airline operating low fare flights from Milan Malpensa. Air One plans to have a fleet of 10 Airbus A320 aircraft by 2012.
Passengers may check in online from the day before departure up to 45 minutes prior to take-off. It’s recommended that passengers check in for acceptance at least two hours before the flight time.
Passengers are permitted to carry one item of hand luggage on board subject to a maximum weight of 8kg. The total dimensions shall not exceed 55 x25 x35cm. The maximum weight of checked baggage is 32kg with dimensions being limited to no more than 42 x70 x40cm.
The latest Air One information reveals that Air One flights offer a seat pitch of 31- 32 inches for Economy Class and 60 inches for Business Class.
Frequent Flyer Programme
Air One introduced a new edition of the MilleMiglia Programme featuring innovations designed to make it more attractive including miles on flights, hotels and car rentals.
Already more than 500,000 passengers have chosen to fly Air One and as a result, over 250 flights a week will now operate with five new Airbus A320s – all at highly competitive prices. Air One flights take off and land at Terminal 1 of Malpensa.